(a) No person may make a contribution of his own money or property or money of another person to any candidate, party, or committee in connection with a nomination for election, or election, anonymously; nor may any candidate, party, or committee knowingly receive, accept, or retain the contribution or enter or cause the same to be entered in its accounts as an anonymous contribution or in another name than that of the person by whom it was actually furnished.
(b) Anonymous contributions received by a candidate, party, or committee shall not be used or expended, but shall be returned to the donor. If the donor cannot be identified, the contribution shall escheat to the Territory.
(c) This section does not apply to amounts that aggregate less than $250 when obtained through multiple contributions made by 10 or more persons at the same event. Each aggregate contribution shall be reported accompanied by a description of the means, method, place, and date of receipt.History: 1977, PL 15-32 § 1.